This Day in Sports History

June 8 has been a day in sports history with some pretty significant things going on. There were four number one overall picks from the MLB, three Women’s French Open championships were decided, two NBA champions were crowned, a College World Series was crowned, an NHL legend played his final game, and the Dodgers made room to bring up a… Read More

The San Diego Padres are all in

Hours before the start of the 2015 MLB season got underway from Wrigley Field, the San Diego Padres continued to bolster its team by pulling off a blockbuster trade with the Atlanta Braves to acquire closer Craig Kimbrel and outfielder Melvin Upton Jr. formerly known as B.J Upton. This marks the second trade between these two teams as San Diego… Read More

NL West Update 4/28-5/4

The month of April had its fair share of surprises in Major League Baseball. The Milwaukee Brewers had the best turn around in the league, the Boston Red Sox struggled to regain their World Series composure, and the Arizona Diamondbacks may be one of the worst teams in baseball (more on that later). The NL West is still one of the… Read More

General Thoughts

Another great sports week means there’s plenty of sports happenings to talk about. Let’s start off with The Masters. Congratulations are in order for Adam Scott on his win over Angel Cabrera. Scott also made history, as he became the first Austrailian to win the Masters. But even thought Scott won The Masters, Tiger Woods still took some of the headlines. Tiger… Read More